Dolphins elevate two offensive lineman vs. 49ers

Ahead of their Week 13 matchup on Sunday afternoon with the San Francisco 49ers, the Miami Dolphins have elevated two players from the practice squad to their active roster.

Veteran offensive tackle Kendall Lamm, who was just signed this past week, was the first lineman elevated.

The former Appalachian State tackle has played 86 NFL games and has started in 28 contests.

Lamm has also played some at both right and left tackle in his career which will be helpful with Austin Jackson and Terron Armstead injured.

Undrafted rookie center James Empey, who spent his collegiate career at BYU was the other player elevated. He can provide depth and may also be used as an extra blocker at times.

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Story originally appeared on Dolphins Wire